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Warning. No Kids Allowed. These adult riddles have developed, ripened and generally come of age. From the saucy to the surprising these adult riddles are sure to be enjoyed by all the grown-ups in the room.

Riddle:

What goes in hard, comes out soft, and you blow continuously?

Answer:

Bubble Gum.

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Riddle:

I may be simple, I may be complex; I may have a name, but no gender or sex; I am often a question, or statements as a setup; I tend to have an answer, 'til you find it I won't let up. What am I?

Answer:

A riddle.

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Riddle:

What can you hold in your right hand, but not in your left?

Answer:

Your left hand!

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Riddle:

What can be swallowed, but can also swallow you?

Answer:

Pride.

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Riddle:

A certain crime is punishable if attempted but not punishable if committed. What is it?

Answer:

Suicide.

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Riddle:

Two cops walked into a room with no windows and found a dead man who obviously hung himself from the ceiling, though they couldn't figure out how. There was no chair beneath him that he might have jumped off of, or a table. Just a puddle of water. How'd he do it?

Answer:

He stood on a block of ice until it melted.

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Riddle:

How is it possible to always find what your looking for in the last place you look?

Answer:

If you find what your are looking for then you would stop looking so it would be in the last place you look

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Riddle:

I like to be blue and have been since '63, but I could be anything if my circuit was fixed. I'm small yet infinitely bigger. I was grown but I'm made of metal. I am the last of my kind just like my beautiful idiot once was. Together we will travel, have traveled or are traveling. Tenses as seen, seeing, will see, are mysterious to me. Wibblies and wobblies, time correctly described by a Lord. What will I be, what have I been, or is it, what am I?

Answer:

The T.A.R.D.I.S. from Doctor Who.

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Riddle:

In 2000, a 40-year-old doctor told his son that when a little boy he decided to be a doctor by seeing a internet web site about performing a heart transplant on a puppy with a defective heart so that the puppy would live a normal life. I then thought that I would be a doctor so that I could help people in a similar way. What is the defect in this story?

Answer:

The internet did not exist when the doctor was a little boy.

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Riddle:

A man is discovered dead sitting at his desk, alone in the locked office.  He did not commit suicide and there was no weapons in the room. The only clue is a sealed envelope on the desk in front of him.

How did he die?

Answer:

The envelope glue was poisoned and when the man licked the envelope to seal it, he died.

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Our adult riddles may be a little over the heads of the kids. Some have knowledge that you have to have been around a bit to understand, others may have content that is target for the adult mind. If you are a kid, head over to the kids riddles section or even the difficult riddles or math riddles to challenge your young brain.